Sam Madison Biography
Samuel Adolphus Madison, Jr., a former cornerback, and coach in the NFL was born on April 23, 1974. For the Miami Dolphins of the National Football League, he is the cornerback’s coach and passes game expert (NFL). He previously worked for the Kansas City Chiefs as their secondary/cornerbacks coach.
He was picked by the Miami Dolphins in the second round of the 1997 NFL Draft after playing collegiate football at the University of Louisville. Madison was a four-time Pro Bowler who also played for the New York Giants. As a player with the Giants, he won Super Bowl XLII, and as an assistant coach with the Chiefs, he won Super Bowl LIV.
Madison played wide receiver and defensive back for Florida A&M University’s Developmental Research School. He lettered in basketball, baseball, and track & field in addition to football.
Madison attended the University of Louisville and played football there. Madison started for the Cardinals for three years and set school records for interceptions (16) and passes defense (44). After compiling 65 tackles, two sacks, 13 passes defensed, and seven interceptions as a junior, he was named to the third team All-America.
After concluding the season with 52 tackles, two sacks, six picks, and 16 passes defensed, he was voted second-team All-America and first-team All-Conference USA.
Coach Sam Madison Age
Sam is 47 years old.
Coach Sam Madison Twitter
Coach Sam Madison Instagram